German researcher in biophysics
“We know today that man, essentially, is a being of light.” And the modern science of photobiology is presently proving this. In terms of healing the implications are immense. We now know, for example, that quanta of light can initiate, or arrest, cascade-like reactions in the cells, and that genetic cellular damage can be virtually repaired, within hours, by faint beams of light.
“We are still on the threshold of fully understanding the complex relationship between light and life, but we can now say emphatically, that the function of our entire
metabolism is dependent on light.”
Fritz Albert Popp was born in 1938 in Frankfurt / Main.
Diploma in Experimental Physics (University of Würzburg), X-ray circle of the Physics Institute of the University of Würzburg, PhD in theoretical physics (quantum theory of many-particle systems, University of Mainz), Habilitation in Biophysics (University of Marburg) Professor of radiology at the University of Marburg 1972-1980, Appointment as Professor (H2) by the Senate of the University of Marburg, head of research groups in the industry (1981-1983), at the University of Kaiserslautern (Cell Biology from 1983 to 1985), the Technology Centre and the Technology Park in Kaiserslautern (1986 to present).
The International Institute of Biophysics in Neuss, Germany, was founded by Dr. Fritz-Albert Popp, a German physicist credited with the discovery of biophoton emissions – tiny currents of light emanating from living things.
Dr. Popp is an Invited Member of the New York Academy of Sciences and a member of the International Consciousness ResearchLaboratory (ICRL) at Princeton University.
He has written some 150 publications on theoretical physics, biology, complementary medicine and biophotons